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From issue:   Issue:   British Wildlife 05.3 February 1994

Identification – British Mayweeds

By - Philiip Wilson

The seven British mayweeds and chamomiles include some superficially similar species with daisy-like inflorescences and finely divided leaves, and of these five occur in arable land and other disturbed habitats. Chamomile is also a garden plant and a commercial crop, Stinking, Scented and Scentless Mayweeds can all be of concern to the arable farmer, while Corn Chamomile appears to have become extremely rare in recent years.

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"British Wildlife is the pulsating heart of the UK nature conservation movement."

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Michael McCarthy, The Independent

"Packed with readable, thoughtful, up to date articles; written by ecologists and naturalists for ecologists and naturalists"

Nick Baker, Presenter and Naturalist